The Oriskany boys basketball team got a 58-47 win over Remsen Tuesday at home in both teams’ season debut in the Center State Conference.
Gianni Falatico led Oriskany with 17 points and handed out four assists. Ryan Coleman added 10 points and had five rebounds. Aiden Fabbio chipped in with eight points and three assists.
Remsen’s Joshua Rowlands led the Rams with 15 points, and Michael Sacco added 14.
Oriskany led 31-19 at the half.
The teams square off again on Saturday at 1 p.m. at Remsen. The Rams will play once before that when they host Adirondack at 6 tonight.
RFA falls to New Hartford
The Rome Free Academy boys basketball dropped to 0-3 on the season after Tuesday’s 67-41 road loss to Tri-Valley League foe New Hartford.
Isaiah Smith led the Black Knights with nine points and Kaiden McCaskill added six.
Philip Koski scored a game-high 25 points for the Spartans, who are 2-1 on the season.
The Black Knights added three games to their schedule. On Thursday, they will travel to Holland Patent for a 7 p.m. start. On Saturday, RFA will visit VVS at 1 p.m. and on Monday night, the Black Knights will host the Camden at 6.
LaGasse leads Bulldogs
Junior Kyle LaGasse scored a game-high 38 points for the visiting Westmoreland boys basketball team as the Bulldogs cruised past Center State Conference foe Waterville 78-42 on Monday.
LaGasse had six boards, four assists and eight steals to go along with his scoring output for the 3-0 Bulldogs, who led 31-20 at halftime.
Josh Suber chipped in 13 points for Westmoreland, knocking down three three-pointers, had three rebounds and three assists.
Teammate Matt Doyle recorded a double-double, scoring 10 points and grabbing 12 rebounds. He also added two blocks.
VVS falls to ND
Levi Spina scored a game-high 23 points for Notre Dame as the Jugglers defeated visiting Vernon-Verona-Sherrill, 65-49, on Monday.
Ethan Butler and Jaden Mason each added 17 points for the Jugglers.
For VVS, Isaac Jacobs scored a team-high 13 points and Matt Hicks added 11 for the Red Devils.
Notre Dame is 3-0 on the season, while the Red Devils drop to 0-3.
South Lewis holds on
The South Lewis boys basketball team held on to beat host Copenhagen 63-60 on Monday.
Game details were unavailable.